Bokeh app photo editor

Bokeh app for Bokeh effects – Download for PC, Windows 7/8/10, Android and iOS

bokeh app photographyBokeh app photography offers you a new way to view your pictures. The word itself comes from Japanese. It means “haze” or “blur”. If you visit other photography websites you will find that there is a lot of debates regarding Bokeh app photography. The effect itself is achieved through the fast lenses of your camera. You shoot a subject and you receive the effect and whatever it may seem it’s a delicate work of art. To put it in simpler words Bokeh Photography is the aesthetic quality of the out-of-focus blur or haze in the photo. Bokeh Photography implies more over the character of the photo rather than, and that very character is determined by the shape and the size of the visible bokeh, but it’s mostly determined by the lenses them self and the quality of the camera you are using. Lens with more circular shaped blades will have rounder and softer orbs that are out-of-focus highlights. If the lens are with an aperture that is more hexagonal in shape that will reflect over the shape in the highlights of the whole picture.

With Bokeh app photography you can achieve the very effect in your images. In order to do that you will need to use fast lens. The faster the movement of the lenses – the better! You will need to use lenses with f/2.8 aperture. Faster apertures like f/2 or f/1.8 to f/1.4 are ideal for this effect. You will need to use fast prime lenses to receive the effect in your picture. They need to be wide open. In this case you need a shooting mode – an “Aperture Priority” or Manual. The second one lets you choose both your shooting speed and aperture as well as shutter speed. Aperture Priority lets you choose the f/stop while the camera itself decides on the shutter speed. You don’t have to worry about not having fast lens however. If you increase the distance between your subject and the background you can get the same effect. You can totally see bokeh effect in images that are taken at a smaller apertures.

That’s all the info I have on this subject right now so, yeah – ENJOY!